How do their respond to e.g. to their own and others human rights problems? Do they organize, and if so, on what basis? Can this be improved somehow through the training (should we devote time for this?). What prevents them from doing more – certain skills needed?
What resources (facilities, materials etc) are already available to them?
Are some subgroups/individuals among the teachers more likely to be more responsive, and more able to disseminate their learning to others; e.g. co-workers and students?
Are there other agencies (religious, trade unions or other organizations) that will be sympathetic to the needs of the teachers, as well as students? Can they play a role before, during, and after the program? (One example is to invite HR activists, non-formal educators, university professors, representatives of NGOs to present their workings to the teachers, students – perhaps a possibility of community work with them etc)
How do their respond to their own and others human rights problems? How “should” they respond – how can the learning resources address that?